Do you remember your first love? And to be more precise, do you remember the breakup, if there was any? The experiences with her first love and the breakup of this first love, made the poetess Dani Dee decide to write them down and turn them into poetry. This is her poem The first.
Dani Dee (DD) writes about her own life and what she has experienced. She publishes her work on Instagram (lovelustandlessons).
Her first poem dates back to October 10th. Consider this her new start. She had been writing when she was a teenager, but self-confidence prevented her from writing. She picked up the pen and found Instagram to be the right social medium to share her poems.
About The first
Puppy love, a crush, kitten love or calf love. All phrases that are used to describe feelings of love often felt by young people. This is generally considered the first love people experience. In some cases, these relationships last a long time. But, there are also many examples of nasty breakups.
The term Puppy love, is forever “captured” in the words of Paul Anka. In 1960, he released the single Puppy love.
When we set aside the wonderful feelings of love, there are also the more negative parts of these kinds of love. In the poem The first, Dani describes the impact of her first love and especially the first time her heart was broken. This can be quite a traumatic experience. That is why, this poetess refers to her first love as a bastard.
Sat in a smokey room
Two juvenile souls
My beloved bastard
You broke my heart
Smoky or smokey
The usage of the word “smokey” might need some clarification. A smoky room, would be the way to go. However, until recent smokey was an accepted spelling according to the Oxford English Dictionary. It depends of course on what you prefer.